Corporal Steed made a career of pulling over drivers who she claimed were driving drunk or under the influence.Read more »
What a perfect example of how the "system" can be gridlocked. Not a single person was arrested because there weren't resources to do so.Read more »
Utah man tries to pay taxes with silver. He's rejected by Utah govt.
What this Ellis says about silver could be more accurately said of that fiat currency he so desires. Read over the comments to this article. It is amusing.Read more »
A patrol car fitted with all of the police extras cost $40,000; a surveillance blimp will cost well below that -- possibly as low as $15,000; after that, it is $100 a week to keep it filled with helium and charge its electric batteries; the police in Ogden, Utah, decides this is a good deal.Read more »
A bill authorizing gold and silver as legal tender passed the statehouse and with the governor’s signature will become law. This pushback against the Federal Reserve was truly a bottom-up effort, initiated by a group of activists and two freshman legislators keenly aware that the debt-based dollar is a significant drag on the U.S.Read more »
I was outside my residence late at night having a cigarette when a police officer decided to harass me for my I.D. He drove around the corner and saw me putting my cigarette out and throwing it in the dumpster. He got out of his squad car and asked me what I was doing. I said hi and told him my first name, then I explained that I live here in the apartment complex and that I usually stay up late and was just out having a smoke. He asked if I had ID and I told him I didn't have any on me because I don't take my wallet out with me when I'm home just to go have a smoke.Read more »
Furb Furbish figured if Transportation Security Administration screeners were going to take naked photos of him in order to allow him on an airplane Wednesday, he might as well save them the trouble.So the Taylorsville resident stood in front of Salt Lake City International Airport in frigid temperatures wearing nothing but shoes, stockings, scarf, a wool cap and a tiny Speedo-style swimsuit.Read more »
Nine graduating staff members at the (public) University of Utah's newspaper are being threatened with not receiving their degrees after a traditional farewell gag ran in the student newspaper. The staff members received an e-mail informing them an administrative hold was being placed on their records. The university's e-mail claimed the editors were in violation of the university's Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.Read more »
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